The only memorable was a funeral talk given by an anointed brother who had the difficult job of staying "in the lines" of JW doctrine because the deceased was the much-loved elder of our congregation--and had died by his own hand. This brother had long suffered from profound depression add finally a pill overdose ended his life.
The talk walked along the edge of athoughtful merc that I had never heard in a KH. It made allowance for this suicide to have been--just maybe--- forgivable. It allowed for the unknowable psychological moments of this lovable brother's suffering.
Many of the non-believing relatives who attended were disgusted that the talk didn't put him in heaven straight-away. But the JWs there were delighted that Dear Brother hadn't been absolutely cast into the outer darkness.